Commands. The basic unit
of syntax is the command. Each command begins with the command name,
which consists of one, two, or three words--for example,
ADD VALUE LABELS.
Subcommands. Most commands contain subcommands. Subcommands provide for additional specifications and begin with a forward slash followed by the name of the subcommand.
Keywords. Keywords are fixed terms that are typically used within a subcommand to specify options available for the subcommand.
Keyword Values. Keywords can have values such as a fixed term that specifies an option or a numeric value.
CODEBOOK gender jobcat salary /VARINFO VALUELABELS MISSING /OPTIONS VARORDER=MEASURE.
- The name of the command is
MEASUREis a keyword value associated with